Attendees at conference
The National and New England Associations of Drug Court Professionals presented awards at the conference to Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, who has helped acquire an additional $7 million for drug courts nationwide since 2012. [L to R] District Court Judge Robert P. Ziemian, president-elect of the NEADCP, Karen Pressman from the Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, Massachusetts Trial Court Chief Justice Paula M. Carey, and ret. Judge John R. Schwartz, past president of the NADCP Board of Directors.

 

Attendees at conference
[L to R] District Court Director of Specialty Courts Judge Mary Hogan Sullivan catches up with Chelsea District Court Judge Benjamin Barnes and Malden District Court First Justice Lee Johnson.

 

Drug Court Conference attendees
[L to R] Judiciary Committee Senate Chair William Brownsberger and Judiciary Committee House Vice Chair Christopher Markey confer with Judge Mary Hogan Sullivan.

 

Attendees at conference
[L to R] Keynote speaker Dr. Douglas Marlow of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals with Judge Robert Ziemian, Chief Justice Paula Carey, Court Administrator Harry Spence, and Senator William Brownsberger.

 

Attendees at conference
[L to R] Greenfield District Court Community Relations Coordinator Lucinda Brown, Attleboro District Court Judge Paul McCallum, Brockton District Court First Justice Julie Bernard, and Assistant District Attorney Jamie Spiller from the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office.

 

Attendees at conference
[L to R] First Justice Kathleen Coffey of the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court speaks with Quincy District Court Judge Diane Moriarity.


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